The 1955 University of Hawai'i football team
First row: Bill Taylor, Jerry Stothers, Skippy Dyer, Henry Ariyoshi, Richard Ueoka, Charles Araki, Chris Mamiya, Ed Kawawaki, Roy Price. Second row: Louis Silva, Luibeck Cruz, Richard Hadama. Mike Morley, Frank Babcock, Bruce Haines, Fred Nagata, Roland Laanui, Colin Chock, Hartwell Freitas. Third row: William Tam, Karl Teshima, John Cameron, James Shizuru, Sherwin Fellezs, Abner De Lima, Shinji Shishido, Lee Hardesty, Don Botelho.
Nebraska Travel squad:
Left halfbacks Eddie Kawawaki, Don Botelho, Jerry Stothers.
Right halfbacks Skippy Dyer, Bill Taylor, Chris Mamiya.
Quarterbacks Fred Nagata, Dick Hadama.
Fullbacks Hartwell Freitas, Clayton Ching, Abner De Lima.
Ends Richard Ueoka, Colin Chock, Sherwin Fellezs, Shinji Shishido, Lee Hardesty.
Tackles Charles Araki, Roland Laanui, Karl Teshima, Chuck Jenkins.
Guards Henry Ariyoshi, Roy Price, Bill Tam, Roy Dowd, Paul Menges.
Centers James Shizuru, Louis Silva, Mike Morley.
Coaches Henry Vasconcellos, Kayo Chung, Sus Tanaka.
Others Dr. James Marnie (team physician); Harold Bitner (faculty representative); Robert Matsunaka (student manager).
Members of the team have achieved success in life after UH football, too. Among them:
Araki became department chairman of the University of Hawai'i College of Education.
Ariyoshi became principal of Lahainaluna High School.
Botelho has been a high school football coach for 38 years, and continues in that role although he retired this year as athletic director at Mid-Pacific.
De Lima was a police officer.
Freitas retired as a major in the Army.
Hadama became principal at Kaimuki and Castle high schools.
Kawawaki, nicknamed "Soupy," became a professor of physical education at Leeward Community College.
Price became head of Civil Defense.
Silva was track and field coach at St. Anthony on Maui.
Teshima was a police officer.
The only one unaccounted for is Dyer, who was a professional baseball player when last heard from.